tous occasion. The “HereNow: Rutgers 250”
exhibit showcases photographs of life at Rutgers
digitally submitted by students, staff, faculty
and visitors; 250 images will be selected for a
full-color commemorative book to be published
in the fall. Tues-Fri, 10 AM-4: 30 PM; Sat-Sun,
noon- 5 PM. 71 Hamilton Street, New Brunswick
March 3: The Long Branch native and country
music star returns to his home state to perform
hits from his latest album, On Purpose. 8
PM; $69-$79. Newton Theatre, Newton
March 5: Send in the clowns! The Grammy
Award-winning folk artist and song stylist visits
the Newton Theatre. 8 PM; $47-$57. Newton
March 6 & 8: The activist and folk singer,
whose achievements range from performing
at Woodstock in 1969 to receiving the Grammy
Lifetime Achievement Award in 2007, makes
two stops in New Jersey. March 6: 8 PM; $39-$89.
Bergen PAC, Englewood ( bergenpac.org). March
8: 8 PM; $25-$79.50. Count Basie Theatre, Red
Bank ( countbasietheatre.org).
March 11: The Backstreet Boy goes solo for a
performance at iPlay America. Carter released
his third solo album, All American, in November,
and the boy band plans to release a new album
together in the fall. $30-$100. iPlay America,
Freehold ( iplayamerica.com).
Dave Mason’s Tra;c Jam
March 11: The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Admission free for all ages. Additional charges may apply.
Schedules may change; call
to verify event information.
for additional events or to
submit your own event.
March 19 Hip-hop legend Nas
visits Atlantic City. 8 PM; $60-$75.
Adrian Phillips Ballroom, Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City
Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers
March 12-July 30: “Dreamworlds and Catastrophes: Intersections of Art and Science in
the Dodge Collection” showcases work from
more than 20 outspoken artists from the former
Soviet republics of Estonia, Latvia, Russia and
Ukraine. The works, all created during the Cold
War, were selected from the Norton and Nancy
Dodge Collection of Nonconformist Art from the
Former Soviet Union. Tues-Fri, 10 AM-4: 30 PM;
Sat-Sun, noon- 5 PM. Dodge Wing, Lower Level,
71 Hamilton Street, New Brunswick (
Thru March 20: “Text Messages” brings old and
new forms of communicating together in this
exhibit combining modern texting with textiles.
Closed Mondays. Members, free; adults, $10; seniors, $7; children 3-12 years, $7; children under
3, free. Morristown ( morrismuseum.org).
Macculloch Hall Historical Museum
Thru April 10: “Antique Carpets Through the
Eyes of W. Parsons Todd” showcases 17 rarely
displayed carpets along with books and photographs that helped refine antique carpet collecting in the early 20th century. Wed, Thurs & Sun,
1-4 PM; $4-$8. 45 Macculloch Ave, Morristown
Princeton University Art Museum
Thru April 24: “Pastures Green and Dark Satanic
Mills: The British Passion for Landscape” is inspired by the rise of landscape imagery in British
art during the Industrial Revolution. The exhibit
showcases work from the 19th century through
today. Closed Mondays. Princeton (609-258-
Hunterdon Art Museum
Thru May 8: The sculpture exhibit “Discomfort:
Experiments in Furniture, Function and Form”
flips classic definitions of furniture. Tues-Sun,
11 AM- 5 PM; suggested admission, $5. Clinton
Thru May 15: “Wondrous Worlds: Art & Islam
Through Time & Place” showcases the longevity and geographical reach of Islamic art, with
pieces spanning 1,400 years from West Africa
to Southeast Asia. Wed-Sun, noon- 5 PM; $8-$15.
Newark ( newarkmuseum.org).
Montclair Art Museum
Thru June 19: The exhibit “American Visions:
1870-1940” from the Bank of America Collection
features work from more than 70 artists representing different interpretations of American
Impressionism. Wed-Sun, noon- 5 PM; $10-$12.
Montclair ( montclairartmuseum.org).
Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers
Thru July 10: Rutgers University will officially
mark its 250th anniversary on November 10,
2016, and numerous events throughout the
2016 academic year will celebrate the momen-
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